Jan. 13th, 2009

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Well, I have had a headache again, but it wasn't a migraine.  I stayed home from work again because I didn't want to take a chance that it would become a migraine.  I slept most of the day, which seemed to help.  However, I think I now know the cause of all of the lovely headaches.  I think that I have a sinus infection, or at least a cold.  I have had a runny nose and have been sneezing my head off for the last two hours.  I hope that it is a little better tomorrow because I have two parents coming in and one of them is a lulu.  I find it very difficult to deal with crazy parents when I am not feeling well.  I find myself wanting to say things like, "I'm sorry that your weasel-headed child has been skipping class, not turning in work, and lying to you about her grades, but that is a discussion to have with your daughter, not me.  Maybe you should take a look at how you discipline your child, or don't discipline her as the case may be, and take some responsibility for her as a parent."  While those kinds of thoughts go through my mind when I have a wingnut parent, I can usually control the urge to say it.  When I am sick, that urge is much harder to fight.  On the other hand, if I am sick and the parent sees that I came in just to meet with her, it could go far in calming down the wingnuttiness.  I might as well get something good out of being ill, right?

I have been watching movies when I haven't been asleep.  I watched POTC: AWE and completely fell in love with Will Turner all over again.  It was one of the few things that made me feel good today, so I am very glad that Orlando was so fabulous in it.  To that end, I want to say Happy Birthday Orlando Bloom, even if he never sees this, because his acting made me feel better today.  Well, every day that I watch him acting is good, but today especially.


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